The data center converts waste heat into hot water for swimming pools

A startup has introduced the UK’s first solution to rising energy costs – data center heat.

The company, called Deep Green, installs small cloud data centers at local businesses. The system then transfers the heat from the servers to hot water at the host site.

Deep Green provides the equipment for free and reimburses the electricity costs. As a result, the customer can reduce their carbon emissions and energy costs.

Instead, Deep Green is getting a home for a data center that supplies computing power for AI and machine learning to customers.

Deep Green computers are immersed in mineral oil, which captures waste heat.